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Benoit Golléty 2001

*1975 in Marseille (France)

The works of French artist Benoit Golléty consist of multiple units. Pristine delicacy, the sensual treatment of the surfaces and the precise placement amongst the individual parts as well as in a given spatial setting are some of the enamoring characteristics of these works. While his previous works were executed on prosaic materials such as zinc, plywood and multiplex, he most recently started to use slate as support. Golléty’s abstract constellations suggest an expression of lightness, serenity and beingness and can be seen as spatial haikus for contemplation.

For his exhibition in the CCNOA project room in 2001, Golléty conceived three new floor/wall units in 2- and 3-parts.

(photo ccnoa)